3 Laussat Street
Welcome to 3 Laussat St, a stunning Hayes Valley home built in 1924 that has been tastefully renovated with modern features, seamlessly combining details such as crown molding & trim with more recent industrial chic upgrades. This 2-story home offers open plan living, high ceilings and multiple outdoor spaces where you can escape the bustle of the city and enjoy some serenity. The renovated open kitchen Bosch stainless steel appliances is perfect for entertaining as it opens to the dining room, living room and adjacent outdoor space. Just down the hall on this level are a large bedroom and renovated full bath.
Descend down the stairs to find large den or media room with a laundry closet, and plenty of room to work from home. At the rear of the house on this level is a deck spanning the entirety of the building. The second large bedroom with a beautifully renovated en suite bath, including a walk in shower, is also on this floor. This home has gorgeous light hardwood floors throughout, and includes 1-car parking with interior access. Conveniently situated between Hayes Valley and The Lower Haight, this home is located just blocks away from Haye’s Valley’s vibrant shopping and dining (we're looking at you Salt & Straw!) and just one block away from the many restaurants & bars on Haight St. MUNI bus lines & N-Judah are just blocks away.
Hayes Valley is one of San Francisco’s most eclectic neighborhoods, with some of the city’s best boutique shopping, fine dining, and cultural venues. The area is close to tech shuttles and public transit, and it’s brimming with world-class culture.
A mixture of world-renowned cultural establishments, like the San Francisco Ballet, Opera, and Symphony, and lively, one-of-a-kind restaurants, Hayes Valley took off after the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake damaged the Central Freeway, leading to removing the ramps at Franklin and Gough streets. A small park called Patricia’s Green took their place, now home to a playground, inventive sculptures, occasional food trucks, and an outdoor movie theater.
What To Expect
The mix of new and old, the cultural history, and the central location blend to make Hayes Valley a destination for relaxing, shopping and entertainment. Hayes Valley’s central location near City Hall gives residents some of the easiest access to public transit, Highway 101, and the Bay Bridge.
On weekends, residents wander over to Patricia’s Green for food truck fare and a movie. For a refined night on the town, they snag reservations at the ever-popular Hayes Street Grill for sustainably harvested seafood or Jardiniere, Traci Des Jardins’ signature French restaurant. After dinner and a short stroll, they arrive at the San Francisco Ballet, Opera, or Symphony for an evening of classic entertainment.
Homes in Hayes Valley are predominantly newer condominiums and updated Victorians. More than a dozen mixed-use developments are in the works, bringing new residents and energy to one of the city’s fastest-changing neighborhoods.
Art & Culture
With a short walk to major cultural venues, such as the San Francisco Ballet, Opera, and Symphony, vibrant public art, and seasonal block parties, there’s always something to see, do, or hear in Hayes Valley.
Food & Nightlife
From food trucks, to flapjacks, to fine French cuisine, you’ll find plenty of dining options along Hayes Valley’s main strip. The neighborhood has become a magnet for fresh, hip eateries, including: Absinthe Brasserie & Bar, known for its inventive cocktails and French fare; Chicago-style pizza joint Patxi’s; carnival-themed restaurant, Straw, and the ever-popular German eatery, Suppenküche, with its adjacent beer garden.